Video-Audio Bundle: Pope John XXIII + Vatican II - 10 Discs Total

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Video-Audio Bundle: Pope John XXIII + Vatican II - 10 Discs Total

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Pope John XXIII (Video DVD Set)
by Prof. Gerard Mannion, D.Phil.

Vatican II (Audio CD Set)
by Fr. John W. O'Malley, S.J., Ph.D.

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Pope John XXIII
  • A Poor Boy Who Traveled a Long Way: The Early Life and Times of Angelo Roncalli
  • Between Two Worlds: Rome at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century
  • A Dark Night of the Church’s Magisterial Soul
  • The Terrible War, Return to Rome, and to Bulgaria via the Orient Express
  • An Advanced Schooling in Bridge-Building: Istanbul and World War II
  • A Beautiful yet Divided City: Nuncio to Paris
  • Pastor and Pater: From Venice to the Vatican
  • “In All Things Charity”: A Very Different Type of Pope
  • A New Dawn for the Church: The Council Begins
  • John’s Official Papal Teachings and His Unofficial Intentions
  • The Ship Sets Sail but the Captain Takes Leave
  • Assessing John’s Legacy for the Church and for the World

Vatican II
  • Introduction
  • The Documents and the Issues
  • The Long Nineteenth Century
  • The Council Opens
  • The First Period, 1962
  • The Second Period (and a New Pope), 1963: Part I
  • The Second Period: Part II
  • The Third Period, 1964: Part I
  • The Third Period: Part II
  • The Third Period: Part III
  • The Fourth Period (1965)
  • Conclusion
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John W. O’Malley, a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus, is currently University Professor in the Theology Department of Georgetown University, Washington, DC. He holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University. His specialty is the religious culture of early modern Europe. Father O’Malley has written and edited a number of books, several of which have won best-book awards. For instance, The First Jesuits, perhaps his best known work, received both the Jacques Barzun Prize for Cultural History from the American Philosophical Society and the Philip Schaff Prize from the American Society for Church History. It has been translated into ten languages. In 2008, he published with Harvard University Press What Happened at Vatican II, which is a companion to his book from the same press, Trent: What Happened at the Council (2012).

Father O’Malley has lectured widely in Europe and North America to both professional and general audiences. He is past-president of the Renaissance Society of America and the American Catholic Historical Association. He holds the Johannes Quasten Medal from The Catholic University of America for distinguished service in religious studies. In 1995 he was elected to the American Academy...

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Prof. Gerard Mannion, D.Phil., is the Amaturo Professor in Catholic Studies and fellow of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University. He has published widely in the fields of ecclesiology, ethics, and philosophy. His books include Ecclesiology and Postmodernity: Questions for the Church in Our Time (2007), The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church (edited with Lewis Mudge, 2008), The Ratzinger Reader (edited with Lieven Boeve, 2010), and The Art of Magisterium: a Teaching Church that Learns (forthcoming). He serves as chair of the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network and editor of the Continuum Series, “Ecclesiological Investigations.”

Prof. Mannion received a B.A. from King’s College, Cambridge, and his doctorate from New College, Oxford University. He is a Senior Research Fellow of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Previously, he served as Director of the Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture at the University of San Diego Lecturer and Tutor at the University of Oxford, as Senior Lecturer at the University of Leeds, and as Associate Professor at Liverpool Hope University, where he was founding director of the Cent...

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